Wahoo, Acanthocybium solandri (Cuvier 1832) - Illustration 2 - Fine Art Print
This fine art print swims with vivid brushstrokes and oceanic allure. Scientific illustrator Dr. Lindsay Marshall captures the streamlined power and predatory grace of the Wahoo, Acanthocybium solandri, a pelagic speedster found in tropical waters around the globe. Known for its pugnacious temperament and ability to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in the blink of an eye, the wahoo cuts a striking figure with its metallic blue back, silver flanks, and ominous razor-sharp teeth. Whether you’re a hardcore angler who lives for the thrill of the chase or simply an admirer of nature’s marine majesty, this dynamic portrait of one of the sea’s most formidable predators will transport you to the deep blue and quicken your pulse. Hang it in a beach house, coastal cottage or any space that could use an infusion of high-octane tropical flair. Just don’t blame us if you suddenly get the urge to grab your speargun and head out to sea.
Lindsay has painted two versions of this species. This is version 2. Check out version 1 and see which one you like best!